Biocommunication

Posted by on Apr 9, 2012 | Comments Off on Biocommunication

Since Bio-communication is likely something you’re hearing about for the first time, I’ve collected data on all aspects of the technology for those who would like to gain a better understanding.  The following information comes directly from the the ZYTO Bio-communcation Corporation.  For those considering this service, I encourage you to read through the data so you can make an informed decision as to whether or not it’s right for you.

Commonly Asked Questions

How does the technology work?

 

In the most basic terms, ZYTO technology uses quantum physics as well as established Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) technology to measure fluctuations in electrical conductivity of the skin. A client places their hand on the hand cradle, the ZYTO software sends stimuli to the body using digital signatures that represent actual things, and the fluctuations in GSR are measured and interpreted. The response helps the practitioner to see how the body responds to the items being assessed, which ones it prefers, and how much it prefers them. This knowledge is used by healthcare practitioners to maximize their results by helping them choose the right solution for their clients at the right time.

 

Are the results accurate?

 

Yes. ZYTO practitioners have performed tens of thousands of assessments worldwide. Practitioners have also used other modalities to evaluate the results of their ZYTO software with great results. Recently, a hospital study was conducted that showed a 95.2% correlation between the results of ZYTO’s technology and the recommendations of the doctor.

 

Are the results reproducible?

 

One of the most common questions that arises as people are getting to know the technology and how it works, is why the actual data from the scans changes from one assessment to another. As a matter of fact, because of what we are measuring,we don’t expect reproducibility. ZYTO technology measures the most rapidly changing field in the body, the energetic field, which processes 400 million impulses of information per second. When dealing with complex mind- matter systems repeatable measurements are not expected. Instead you look for patterns and trends.

 

Are there any research studies on the technology?

 

There are myriad studies that have been conducted over the last century on GSR and its use in measuring the body’s reaction to stimuli. In addition, several independent studies have been conducted by health professionals using ZYTO’s technology.

 

Can the technology be used to treat or diagnose?

 

ZYTO technology is not designed to treat or diagnose. It is a tool designed to assist the healthcare practitioner in finding the body’s preferences for any list of items. This information is invaluable in helping the practitioner determine which product is going to maximize therapeutic results for the client.

 

Do you have FDA approval?

 

Yes.  ZYTO’s hand cradle is an FDA approved, class two, medical device deemed safe for adults and children.

 

How Zyto Technology Works – A More In Depth Look…

Energetic Communication:

 

Every cell in your body is networked together, sending and receiving information to coordinate the millions of functions your body processes every day.

 

When your body encounters a health challenge, it uses these communication pathways to direct available resources to restore balance. Your body is so effective that in most instances you won’t even know there was a challenge.

 

When your body encounters a bigger health challenge, you may begin to show symptoms. Symptoms are the outward expression of your body’s best efforts to deal with these bigger challenges. Common symptoms may include elevated body temperature, swelling, pain, tiredness, or a cough. Once you recognize a symptom you can begin to assist the healing process. Things like getting more sleep, drinking more water, taking nutritional supplements, or medication can help your body deal with these challenges.

 

Too often we ignore our health until we get so sick that symptoms appear. Wouldn’t you rather support your body’s day-to-day efforts to deal with the little challenges?

 

But how can you learn what your body needs? Whether your challenges are great or small wouldn’t it be nice if you could just ask your body?

 

ZYTO Biocommunication:

 

ZYTO technology enables a computer to communicate with your body. By placing your hand on the Hand Cradle, an energetic connection is established allowing ZYTO to essentially ‘ask your body questions’ and record your body’s responses or ‘answers’. We call this biocommunication, and it can provide you and your healthcare provider with powerful new insights about your health.

 

During a ZYTO scan, subtle energetic impulses called virtual stimulus items (VSIs) are introduced to your body. Your body responds to these impulses in a positive or negative way and ZYTO measures and records your responses.

 

VSIs are representative of a wide range of things like foods, nutritional supplements, prescription medications, body organs and systems, and therapeutic treatments.

 

VSI’s can be organized into scanning sequences called biosurveys. You can think of biosurveys as questionnaires that your body provides the answers to.

 

Biosurveys are designed by some of the best and brightest healthcare professionals in the world for the purpose of gathering the most pertinent information from your body.

 

Your body’s responses indicate what is referred to as Biological Preference and Biological Aversion. Biological preference and aversion simply means the VSIs to which you have the most positive or negative responses.

 

At the completion of the biosurvey, your body’s responses are documented in the form of a report.

 

So whether your body is dealing with big challenges, little challenges or if you are seeking proactive health support, information gathered in this way can help you and your healthcare provider make better decisions for your health.

 

ZYTO scans are designed to help you and your healthcare provider make better decisions about your health. They do not diagnose illness or disease and are not intended to treat any health condition.

 

How Our Cells Communicate

Information is the communication of knowledge and each cell of your body is built for communication. The outer cell wall is comprised of two layers of fat, called a bi-lipid layer. The lipid molecules are organized in a crystalline pattern that facilitates communication.

 

You may be familiar with crystals and their use. Using very simple components, and no outside energy source, a crystal radio allows you to capture the waves from a radio station and convert them into audio energy.

 

The crystal like structure of each of the 70 trillion cells that make up your body allows you to receive information in a similar way. As the cells compress and expand their structure generates the energy needed to pass information along, allowing your entire body to function in a coordinated and healthy way.

 

As your cells communicate ZYTO technology makes it possible to ‘eaves drop’ and listen to the conversation. This is accomplished by monitoring the changes in galvanic skin response, or GSR, as well as subtle changes in spoken voice. As we listen we apply proprietary formulas and extract meaning from what your body is saying; but that’s only half the equation, the other half is talking. Talking in this sense is communicating information to your body that will stimulate a response.

 

To talk to your body ZYTO technology converts computer data to signatures or frequencies that stimulate cellular response. We call these signatures virtual stressors or queries. The process of talking with the body can be seen as a stimulus-response exercise. ZYTO technology outputs a query (a virtual stressor) and the body responds. We’re asking a question and listening to the answer.

 

Stress as a Communication Pathway

Most often, when we hear the word stress we think of anxiety or nervous tension. The clinical definition of stress however is a positive thing. In fact, without stress you’d be dead. Physiological stress is your body’s reaction to any stressor. It is generated in an attempt to maintain balance. Stressors can be environmental, emotional, or physical. For example, fatigue from staying up too late, the emotional strain from a death in the family, or a flu virus that has invaded your body are all stressors.

 

When a stressor presents itself your body uses biotelemetry to spread the word, communicating from cell to cell to enlist sufficient resources to compensate for the stressor. When the body’s response is adequate we continue to enjoy good health, we are in balance with our stressors. This is called homeostasis.  Homeostasis is not a static position; the body is constantly making adjustments, an estimated 100 million per second. For the most part we are unaware of these adjustments because our conscious mind is not designed to handle that much detail.  But even though we don’t hear the music, the dance goes on.

 

The music of this dance is what Biocommunication listens to, particularly the music of GSR. But instead of presenting the body with actual stressors, this technology generates virtual stressors, queries.  In this manner the body can be presented with a large number of simulated challenges, or questions, and by listening to the biotelemetry reflected in GSR the Biocommunication device receives the body’s answers.  It’s a stimulus-response experience.

 

Your body is energetically connected and constantly in communication with itself. The primary function of this communication is to maintain overall health and functionality. Biocommunication between your body and ZYTO software takes advantage of this and is a breakthrough method for ‘listening to’ and ‘communicating with’ your body.

 

By interacting energetically with your body the ZYTO software will essentially ‘ask your body questions’ and record your body’s responses or ‘answers’. Information gathered in this way can help you be more proactive about your health and help you and your healthcare provider make better decisions regarding your healthcare.

 

ZYTO scans do not diagnose or recommend treatments, they simply provide information that should be considered by a qualified healthcare professional in determining a course of action.

 

The Zyto Scan

WHAT IS IT LIKE TO GET A SCAN? – Getting a ZYTO biocommunication scan is a simple and painless process. Simply place your hand on the ZYTO hand cradle while a scan is run. During the scan, subtle energetic impulses are introduced to your body through multiple input channels including the hand cradle. Your body will naturally respond to this communication and the ZYTO software records each response. Although a few people may be able to sense this energetic communication, most are unaware that the scan is taking place.

 

TYPES OF SCANS – Scans are organized into what are called biosurveys. You’ve probably filled out a survey before; a series of questions that you provide answers to. A biosurvey is essentially the same thing, only you don’t answer the ‘questions’ consciously, you answer them subconsciously. With biocommunication scanning, the ‘question’ is the subtle energetic impulse called a Virtual Stimulus Item or VSI, and your response, which is recorded and analyzed by the ZYTO software, is a change in the electrical properties of your skin.

 

Different biosurveys will include different VSIs. Some biosurveys are general in nature and include VSIs concerned with overall wellness, others include VSIs relating to specific areas of the body or body processes, and some may deal with environmental factors like toxins or allergens. A biosurvey can be as varied and versatile as any other survey.

 

Health practitioners use ZYTO products to help them make better decisions for their patients and clients. That’s why ZYTO technology is referred to as decision support technology. It’s important to note that ZYTO scans do not treat or diagnose.

 

HOW OFTEN SHOULD I GET MY ZYTO SCAN? – Regular ZYTO scanning will provide you and your healthcare provider with up-to-date biocommunication information as your body and health needs change. Your healthcare provider will guide you with the specific schedule best for you.

 

ACCURACY – Clinical studies have compared ZYTO scan reports with results produced by generally accepted diagnostic methods. One pilot study conducted in Beijing China compared the results of a four-minute ZYTO scan to a two-day diagnostic workup on several hundred patients. The results showed a high correlation. This study was not undertaken with the idea that biocommunication scanning is an alternative to diagnostic testing, but to determine the clinical value of scan results as a guide for doctors ordering diagnostic workups.

 

SAFETY – There are no known contraindications for properly administered ZYTO scanning. The amount of energy used in a scan is so low that it is safe for infants, children, adults of all ages, for people with pacemakers, and pregnant women.

 

The History

The Zyto Biocommunication hand cradle is a bio-information tool designed to assist health practitioners gather client-specific information. It facilitates a conversation between the computer and the client at an autonomic or subconscious level. This conversation is essentially an extension of the intake process involving a written health history, as Biocommunication can be compared to the health history form and the pen used to fill in the blanks. Although the printed form and the pen are not medical devices the information they collect can have significant clinical value.  This is also true for Biocommunication; gathering information is the objective. Information is the transmission of knowledge.

 

There are various ways to transmit knowledge.  The communication pathway that Biocommunication accesses is Galvanic Skin Response or GSR. GSR is concerned with the conductivity (how well something conducts electricity) of the largest organ in the body, the skin.

 

A German Professor named Tarchanoff first discovered skin conductivity around 1888. In the early 1900’s Dr. Carl Jung established that GSR measurements could track physiological arousal or stress in the body. In the 1930’s Dr. Hans Selye began to uncover the importance of understanding stress and what information it could tell us about the body. These discoveries have led to the creation of many common devices, such as the polygraph test. Later in the 20th century, Dr. Reinholt Voll and others identified further uses for GSR, including the monitoring of acupuncture points to determine the condition of the body’s energy meridians.

 

In the 1980’s, Dr. Vaughn R Cook began to build on these applications. The initial goal was to use computers and GSR to gather data to aid healthcare professionals in making diagnostic and therapeutic decisions. After designing one such instrument, he began in 2001 to design a fully automated device that could expand into non-clinical use. However, the first such application was the LSA Pro, released after three years of development in late 2004.

 

Much like a polygraph technician asking a subject questions and evaluating the body’s response, Biocommunication uses GSR to track responses to computer generated signatures called ‘queries’, or ‘virtual stressors’. Biocommunication asks the body questions by generating a query and monitors corresponding fluctuations in GRS to record its answers.

 

Initially the Biocommunication scan determines what is called the patient’s stress profile. A stress profile is comprised of the most exaggerated responses to a given set of queries. These responses are considered ‘out of range’ or significant enough that they warrant further attention. The Biocommunication device then uses the stress profile as a measure against which further queries are rated.  These further queries help identify balancing options, including nutriceutical products.

 

Just like the written health history, this information serves as a guide for clinical decisions: Are specific diagnostic tests warranted?  Which therapeutic query is the client showing the most positive (balancing) response? The Biocommunication process quickly gathers and assesses data that would otherwise be missed.

 

Zyto Definitions

BASELINE – A reference value derived from hand cradle measurements of the energy of the skin that are used in conjunction with the response value to determine biological preference.

 

BIOLOGICAL PREFERENCE – Using biocommunication, ZYTO software is able to measure response coherence or changes in the energy pattern of the skin.  Responses resulting in greater coherence indicate what is referred to as biological preference. Biological preference will vary by individual and over time.

 

ENERGETIC FIELD – Living organisms are composed of and impacted by energy.  Some animal species have highly developed energetic senses and use them to hunt and communicate.  ZYTO software interacts with the body’s energy when it sends VSI data and measures the body’s response.

 

GALVANIC SKIN RESPONSE OR GSR – All tissues in the human body, including skin, have the ability to conduct electricity. This electrical energy is constantly changing and can be measured and charted. The skin’s electrical conductivity fluctuates based on certain bodily conditions, and this fluctuation is called the galvanic skin response.

 

NEGATIVE RESPONSE – When the response to the VSI results in a loss of coherence in the body’s energy pattern, it is interpreted as negative and is referred to as a biological aversion.

 

POSITIVE RESPONSE OR COHERENCE – When the response to the VSI results in greater coherence in the body’s energy pattern, it is interpreted as positive and is referred to as a biological preference.

 

RESPONSE – The natural, energetic reaction the body has to the VSI.

 

VSI OR VIRTUAL STIMULUS ITEM (STIMULUS) – A digital signal that is correlated to something physical, sometimes referred to as a representative computer signature. Computers only communicate with binary digital code (ones and zeros) so the VSI is created digitally and then associated with the physical item it represents using a proprietary entanglement process called linking.  Once linked, the VSI allows ZYTO software to communicate with the body.

 

Why Consider Biocommunication?

With the development of ZYTO biocommunication, it is easy to identify your body’s biological preference for things relating to your health.

 

1 – Insight into your health.

 

Reports from your ZYTO scan provide you with information that may help identify your individual needs such as nutritional support, appropriate medication, or clinical assistance. Identifying items to which you have an unusual response gives you and your healthcare provider insight about health-related issues that may be keeping you from functioning at a balanced state.

 

2 – Identify your biological preference for nutrition.

 

Does one size fit all when it comes to nutritional support? Of course not! ZYTO scans identify your body’s unique positive responses; we call these your biological preferences. Knowing your biological preferences helps you and your healthcare provider choose the nutritional supplements that will support your individual health needs.

 

3 – Save Money.

 

There are a lot of good nutritional supplements but you probably don’t need them all. Knowing your biological preferences helps you choose products that are right for you. Choosing well means your investment in supplements is more likely to pay off, providing you the benefits you need and saving money on things you don’t need.

 

4 – Increase Energy.

 

Your body consumes energy in its effort to maintain a healthy balance. When your body uses this energy to deal with life’s extra challenges, like fighting a cold, you will have less energy to perform your day-to-day physical activities. ZYTO helps you identify the additional support your body may need to maintain balance and keep your energy levels high. By providing your body extra help when it’s needed, you’re more likely to address issues while they are small, leaving you with more energy to enjoy life.

 

5 – Track your Health.

 

ZYTO biocommunication scans give you information ‘in the moment.’ Tracking your scans over time can be beneficial, allowing you to identify trends or long term issues that you will want to pay particular attention to. Keeping track of your past can help you predict the future, and reviewing your past ZYTO reports gives you essentially a look back through time.

 

6 – Verbal Communication has limitations.

 

Have you ever asked a sick toddler or a child with autism how they are feeling? Even for adults, using words to explain how you feel can be a challenge. Biocommunication opens up an entirely new communication channel with your body. By supplementing verbal communication with ZYTO biocommunication, a second perspective is established that can provide helpful insights and information about your health.


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